Scottish archaeology

Discover the latest Scottish archaeology news and read dig reports and finds analysis.

The exact location of the WW1 destroyer HMS Pheasant has been confirmed following a maritime archaeology project ...

25/09/2017

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The remains of one of the oldest earliest houses in East Ayrshire, dating to the early Neolithic period (3500-4000 ...

21/09/2017

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Newly published research by GUARD Archaeology has revealed the complex history of a turf and stone-built medieval ...

05/09/2017

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The face of the infamous 19th century Cramond murderer has today been revealed, following detailed reconstruction ...

14/08/2017

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One of Scotland's largest chambered cairns, on the Isle of Rousay in Scotland, is to benefit from £30,000 of ...

14/08/2017

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Four of the most historically significant burial grounds of the Clyde & Avon Valley are to be the focus of a new ...

09/08/2017

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The earliest hacksilver found anywhere beyond the boundaries of the Roman Empire is to go on display in Edinburgh, ...

03/08/2017

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The site of the medieval castle where Mary Queen of Scots was kept prisoner for more than a decade is to be ...

03/08/2017

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A collaborative maritime archaeology project to survey World War I shipwrecks is underway in Orkney, using ...

24/07/2017

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The face of an ancient Pict has been digitally recreated using evidence from a Pictish burial discovered in ...

18/07/2017

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Archaeologists from the University of Glasgow have uncovered 'conclusive evidence' that a wooden hut traditionally ...

11/07/2017

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The summer 2017 archaeological dig at Ness of Brodgar in Orkney is about to begin, with volunteers and students ...

04/07/2017

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